I need to sell all of this in one shot. Can't peace meal it. Items have been in storage for roughly a year. Everything was working when I packed it all up. Obviously since this is all used hardware, I make no guarantees. But I am confident all the hardware is functional.
This is a great bargain. Chris T. put together a selection of equipment that is really quite reasonable for anyone building their own Cisco home-lab. Use it for Cisco Routing & Switching, not only for Cisco Voice-VOIP.
Case in point:
The Cisco AS2509-RJ alone is worth the price of practically the whole kit--look how much they cost on EBay! This little router excels as a console server for all your Cisco gear. Plus, you can remote in to your home-lab through the AS2509-RJ and re-configure stuff just as if you were local. I have one of these routers, and I was so happy to get one. If you've ever had to do CCNA or CCNP physical labs by manually connecting Console cables up to 3 different PCs just to control your 3 routers, this device gives you a terminal window for up to 8 devices on one laptop. Very cool.
What we do as a group.
The SVCUG hosts Saturday Labs at the Cisco campus where members have:
Access to racks of Cisco equipment
A study environment filled with like-minded & Cisco knowledgeable peers
The opportunity to network with o...
SVCUG Saturday Labs fall into three categories:
Open Labs - No specific agenda; work on what you like (i.e., equipment open use).
Event Lab - The Saturday Lab "time" is being used for a specific event (i.e., presentations, designed lab, etc...
The SVCUG Mailing List is a great way to stay connected between SVCUG meetings and a great place to post network related questions. Anyone that's been on the list for a while knows that this list is a great place to solve problems, se...